Research Raises Questions About Vitamin Ds Heart Benefits

Supplementing with vitamin D may not improve cardiovascular health.

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Vitamin Ds importance to bone and muscle health is indisputable, though its less clear how that key nutrient affects heart health. Several studies in recent years have suggested that vitamin D plays a key role in keeping your blood vessels healthy and your heart muscle strong. The consensus is that individuals with low vitamin D levels tend to be at higher risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack. But not all research supports the idea that vitamin D supplementation is the answer to lowering your risks.
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